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Orvieto, Lake Bolsena, and A City in the Sky

By Rachel Farrington

Another week of digging, pruning, weeding, and harvesting veggies has past and this weekend.  On our day off, we stayed nearby for some awesome sights. We visited Orvieto whose Duomo I think needs no introduction (at least among art nerds).

A beautiful city even without one of the best church facades in the world.

Later we discovered the city of Civita Bagnoregio which sits between the earth and sky like a weird dream.

It has only a dozen permanent residents and the only way in is the long foot bridge 100ft in the air. Inside the old gates is a perfect little hill town with flowers everywhere. We had a nice quiet lunch by the geraniums.


 

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What an awesome place to visit. You should have shared more pics and details with the rest of us, for sure there are many out there that want to see lake Bolsena and the sky city. Impressive places, they leave you without words. For sure there are people at the lake management Florida that would love to learn more about these places as well. When it comes to lakes any habitat is a source of inspiration.




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